OpenStage Theatre to Select Season by Community Vote, Staring April 20, Fort Collins
OpenStage Theatre's 40th anniversary season will feature six of the best shows it has produced since 1973, as chosen by audience vote. The theatre is inviting individuals to vote on which of its over 200 productions they would like to see produced during the upcoming 2012-2013 season. Individuals do not have to have seen all – or any – of the over 200 productions to vote.
To vote for shows, visit the OpenStage Theatre website at www.openstage.com and click on "The Best of OpenStage Theatre Survey" on the home page.
For more information, visit OpenStage's website at www.openstage.com or call 970-484-5237. Founded in 1973, OpenStage Theatre is a recipient of the Governor's Award for Excellence in the Arts and the 2011 Henry Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre, and is a member of Theatre Communications Group, the national organization for not-for-profit professional theatres.
Winner of the prestigious Governor's Award for Excellence in the Arts and the Henry Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre, OpenStage Theatre is supported by grants from the Downtown Development Authority, Colorado Creative Industries, the National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Fort Collins Fort Fund. OpenStage Theatre's student programming is underwritten by grants from The Thornton Family Foundation and OtterCares Foundation.
Major support for OpenStage Theatre's 2011-2012 Season is provided by Michael Warne of Northern Colorado Wealth Management at UBS, Shaw and Associates, A-Train Marketing Communications, Mawson Lumber and Hardware, Amy and Paul Hach, John and Anne Blair and Witt Gross of Coldwell Banker. Major funding for The Ladies Man is provided by Style Magazine. In addition, The Acting Company for The Ladies Man is underwritten in memory of Porter S. Woods.